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I can receive but I can't send email

It is best to use your ISP as your outgoing mail server (SMTP).  A lot of ISPs require you to do so.  You may be asked to use "authentication" by them, which means you need to enter your ISP login when configuring your email client so that they know you are allowed to use their servers to send email using an outside email address. 

If you need to use yourdomain.com as your outgoing mail server, then you will either have to pull email before you can send, or set up authentication using your email login. 

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